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April 2007

New Audi A6 All-terrain Testing in Australia


Audi is testing their new Audi A6 All-road down under- the car being tested is the A6 3.0. Americans would be shocked at the 100, 000 AUS price tag but it is worth the price of admission for it is the premier wagon on the automotive market.   The new All-Road A6 is longer, features an new air ride suspension for comfort and driving pleasure, and most importably can be configured for you mates surfboards and skis. No word on whether the A6 All-road will also be offered in other more powerful engines.  Continue to Fourtitude for the nice photography of the Audi A6 All road in Australia.

[Via -Fourtitude]

Track Your M- Car


Over at M3post.com a member has put together a nice post on how to track your ordered M3 - or other BMW's for that matter. This is the "Ultimate Ordering Tracking Guide"Click the link for the details.


BMW M3 United Kingdom Pricing


Official pricing has been released for the all new Bmw M3 in the United Kingdom.
When the M3 Coupe goes on sale in September of 2007 expect to pay £50,625 OTR.
Lets hope you got your order in early and reserved a spot because this car is going to be the hottest coupe on the market when it releases.

[Source: BMW UK]

Porsche Driving School Adventure in Finland Video

Luxvelocity reported about the Camp 4 Colorado Porsche Driving Experience , now we have a video from the Porsche Driving experience except with a Finish flavor.  Check out this video as Porsche 911's carve up the snowy scenery and jam to the nice techno -beats in all too beautiful Finland.  Only thing that could make this experience better is taking to the snow in an all new Porsche Cayenne Turbo.

[Via Germancarscene]

Audi Readying a Porsche Boxster Fighter? The Audi R4.


Information from "Wheels24" points to an image from "topCar" of a photoshopped miniature sized Audi R8 giving it the label of an Audi R4.  This car could compete with the Porsche Boxster S - We envision the R4 as a TT but with all the touches of the R8 in the front and back in addition to mechanical enhancements. 

What type of power will the "R4 " have?

How about a boosted 2litre turbo FSI engine while the RS could powered by a "2.5 litre engine."

The R4 is set to be released "sometime in 2009."

Continue to Wheels 24 for the photograph...
[Via Wheels24]

New BMW M3 Sedan Spy Pics


New M3 sedan photography has surfaced and this car is looking to impress visually as much as the M3 coupe(it will be a hard choice choosing between the two).  The new M3 Sedan will feature a wider body than the regular Bmw 3 series in addition to a new more aggressive front fascia. In the rear expect the all too familiar but classic quad exhaust letting you know that you are powering an M division vehicle.


[M3post Via Autogespot]

Aston Supercar in the Future?


What would you think of a mid-engined Aston Martin Supercar?  If made it could easily be the next James Bond car... Why would Luxvelocity bring up such a car?  Autoweek has reported that Prodrives chief David Richards said that

"Aston has to look at some of the things that are being done by our competitors, like the Audi R8 and the Japanese brands. We believe we can expand quite considerably.”

From this quote one can see that AM is looking into the future for a super car.

A midengined Asty would be an amazing supercar especially with the help from Prodrive so lets hope that Aston steps on the pedal for such a vehicle in the future.
Why not call it the Aston Martin ProV12?

[Jalopnik Via Autoweek]


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